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Religious use of Psychotropic Mushrooms by Jarvis Crizzlewell - Sat, 30 Sep 2017 05:05:29 EST ID:zaca+Qtt No.45927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was wondering if anyone was familiar with whether or not you can use freedom of religion as a legal case for possession of psychotropic mushrooms. I live in California by the way. I unfortunately don't have any, nor am I involved in any legal matter with them, I was just curious about it. Considering all the bullshit people are getting away with doing these days and just crying "religious freedom" to get their way, I would hope that I could call upon the millennia-old commonly known concept of religious use of substances as a legitimate use of this concept.

Anyone know of this coming up, being tried before? What juries have decided?
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Graham Nommermutch - Sat, 30 Sep 2017 10:35:24 EST ID:1xEwN5jy No.45928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah that's just Employment Division V. Smith, one of the most seminal cases in 1st amendment law. Even if it wasn't a criminal statute (which pretty much automatically makes the 1st amendment inapplicable) you're trying to defend against, it's not going to work.


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